Period
to 16 January 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in England with a requirement for Monte Carlo Method skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Monte Carlo Method over the 6 months to 16 January 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Monte Carlo Simulation
UK > England
6 months to
16 Jan 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 1108 1121 1160
Rank change year-on-year +13 +39 +5
Permanent jobs citing Monte Carlo Method 36 31 87
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in England 0.022% 0.019% 0.045%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 0.025% 0.021% 0.050%
Number of salaries quoted 35 27 56
England median annual salary £80,000 £60,000 £65,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +33.33% -7.69% -3.70%
10th Percentile £36,750 £30,300 £22,000
90th Percentile £130,000 £100,750 £100,000
UK median annual salary £80,000 £60,000 £65,000
% change year-on-year +33.33% -7.69% -3.70%

Monte Carlo Method is in the Processes and Methodologies category. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides summary statistics for all permanent job vacancies advertised in England with a requirement for process or methodology skills.

All Process and Methodology Skills
England
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills 145,931 149,184 172,983
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in England 89.86% 89.54% 88.85%
Number of salaries quoted 118,075 124,276 144,837
England median annual salary £50,000 £50,000 £47,500
Median salary % change year-on-year - +5.26% +5.56%
10th Percentile £29,000 £28,500 £27,750
90th Percentile £81,250 £80,000 £77,500
UK median annual salary £50,000 £49,000 £47,500
% change year-on-year +2.04% +3.16% +5.56%

Monte Carlo Method
Job Vacancy Trend in England

Job postings citing Monte Carlo Method as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in England.

Job vacancy trend for Monte Carlo Method in England

Monte Carlo Method
Salary Trend in England

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method in England.

Salary trend for Monte Carlo Method in England

Monte Carlo Method
Salary Histogram in England

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method in England over the 6 months to 16 January 2018.

Salary histogram for Monte Carlo Method in England

Monte Carlo Method
Job Locations in England

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method within the England region over the 6 months to 16 January 2018. The 'Rank Change' column provides an indication of the change in demand within each location based on the same 6 month period last year.

Location Rank Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Matching
Permanent
IT Job Ads
Median Salary
Past 6 Months
Median Salary
% Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Live
Job
Vacancies
London +19 26 £90,000 +38.46% 5
North of England +2 5 £37,500 +10.29%
South East +19 4 £65,000 -18.75% 1
Yorkshire +32 2 £38,750 +3.33%
North East - 2 £55,000 -
North West -13 1 £37,500 +10.29%
South West - 1 £38,000 -
Monte Carlo Method
UK

For the 6 months to 16 January 2018, IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method also mentioned the following skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the number co-occurrences and its proportion to all job ads across the England region with a requirement for Monte Carlo Method.

1 31 (86.11%) Finance
2 24 (66.67%) Mathematics
3 21 (58.33%) SQL
4 18 (50.00%) Python
4 18 (50.00%) Statistics
5 15 (41.67%) C++
5 15 (41.67%) Degree
5 15 (41.67%) Banking
6 14 (38.89%) Physics
7 13 (36.11%) Risk Management
8 12 (33.33%) Validation
8 12 (33.33%) Investment Banking
8 12 (33.33%) Derivative
8 12 (33.33%) R
9 11 (30.56%) Computer Science
10 10 (27.78%) Equities
11 9 (25.00%) MATLAB
11 9 (25.00%) PhD
11 9 (25.00%) Asset Management
11 9 (25.00%) Hedge funds
11 9 (25.00%) Stress Testing
12 8 (22.22%) Stochastic Calculus
12 8 (22.22%) Fund Management
12 8 (22.22%) Analytics
13 7 (19.44%) Fintech
13 7 (19.44%) Front Office
14 6 (16.67%) Management Information System
14 6 (16.67%) QA
15 5 (13.89%) Statistical Analysis
15 5 (13.89%) Software Engineering

Monte Carlo Method
Co-occurring IT Skills in England by Category

The follow tables expand on the table above by listing co-occurrences grouped by category. The same job type, locality and period is covered with up to 20 co-occurrences shown in each of the following categories:

Application Platforms
1 3 (8.33%) SAS
Applications
1 2 (5.56%) Microsoft Excel
1 2 (5.56%) SPSS
2 1 (2.78%) Doxygen
2 1 (2.78%) LaTeX
2 1 (2.78%) Microsoft Project
Business Applications
1 4 (11.11%) ReMetrica
2 2 (5.56%) Primavera
Database & Business Intelligence
1 4 (11.11%) PostgreSQL
1 4 (11.11%) SQL Server
2 2 (5.56%) MS Access
3 1 (2.78%) GIS
3 1 (2.78%) MonetDB
Development Applications
1 2 (5.56%) Git (software)
2 1 (2.78%) Bitbucket
2 1 (2.78%) Subversion
General
1 31 (86.11%) Finance
2 15 (41.67%) Banking
3 12 (33.33%) Investment Banking
4 7 (19.44%) Front Office
5 4 (11.11%) Financial Institution
6 2 (5.56%) Manufacturing
7 1 (2.78%) International Banking
Job Titles
1 17 (47.22%) Analyst
2 15 (41.67%) Developer
2 15 (41.67%) Qualitative Analyst
2 15 (41.67%) Quantitative Analyst
3 9 (25.00%) Quantitative Developer
4 5 (13.89%) C++ Developer
4 5 (13.89%) C++ Quantitative Developer
5 4 (11.11%) Analyst Developer
5 4 (11.11%) C++ Analyst Developer
5 4 (11.11%) Data Scientist
5 4 (11.11%) Quantitative Analyst Developer
5 4 (11.11%) SQL Developer
6 2 (5.56%) Consultant
6 2 (5.56%) Project Manager
6 2 (5.56%) Risk Manager
6 2 (5.56%) Risk Project Manager
6 2 (5.56%) Senior Analyst
6 2 (5.56%) Validation Analyst
7 1 (2.78%) Risk Analyst
7 1 (2.78%) Technical Business Analyst
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 5 (13.89%) .NET
2 4 (11.11%) Keras
2 4 (11.11%) Natural Language Processing
2 4 (11.11%) TensorFlow
2 4 (11.11%) Theano
3 2 (5.56%) Boost C++ Libraries
3 2 (5.56%) STL
4 1 (2.78%) HTML
4 1 (2.78%) HTML5
4 1 (2.78%) NumPy
4 1 (2.78%) OpenCL
4 1 (2.78%) Pandas
4 1 (2.78%) REST
4 1 (2.78%) WCF
4 1 (2.78%) Web Services
4 1 (2.78%) WPF
Miscellaneous
1 12 (33.33%) Derivative
2 11 (30.56%) Computer Science
3 10 (27.78%) Equities
4 9 (25.00%) Hedge funds
5 7 (19.44%) Fintech
6 6 (16.67%) Management Information System
7 4 (11.11%) Analytical Skills
7 4 (11.11%) Reinsurance
8 3 (8.33%) Algorithms
8 3 (8.33%) Data Structures
8 3 (8.33%) Fixed Income
8 3 (8.33%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
8 3 (8.33%) Market Risk
9 2 (5.56%) Credit Risk
9 2 (5.56%) OTC Derivatives
10 1 (2.78%) CUDA
10 1 (2.78%) Equity Derivative
10 1 (2.78%) Exotic Derivative
Operating Systems
1 5 (13.89%) Windows
2 2 (5.56%) Linux
3 1 (2.78%) Unix
Processes & Methodologies
1 24 (66.67%) Mathematics
2 18 (50.00%) Statistics
3 14 (38.89%) Physics
4 13 (36.11%) Risk Management
5 12 (33.33%) Validation
6 9 (25.00%) Asset Management
6 9 (25.00%) Stress Testing
7 8 (22.22%) Analytics
7 8 (22.22%) Fund Management
7 8 (22.22%) Stochastic Calculus
8 5 (13.89%) Bayesian Methods
8 5 (13.89%) Financial Analysis
8 5 (13.89%) Software Engineering
8 5 (13.89%) Statistical Analysis
9 4 (11.11%) Bioinformatics
9 4 (11.11%) Catastrophe Modelling
9 4 (11.11%) Change Control
9 4 (11.11%) Deep Learning
9 4 (11.11%) Machine Learning
9 4 (11.11%) Project Management
Programming Languages
1 21 (58.33%) SQL
2 18 (50.00%) Python
3 15 (41.67%) C++
4 12 (33.33%) R
5 9 (25.00%) MATLAB
6 3 (8.33%) C
6 3 (8.33%) C#
7 2 (5.56%) Java
7 2 (5.56%) T-SQL
8 1 (2.78%) Fortran
8 1 (2.78%) Lisp
8 1 (2.78%) PL/SQL
8 1 (2.78%) PowerShell
8 1 (2.78%) VBA
Qualifications
1 15 (41.67%) Degree
2 9 (25.00%) PhD
3 5 (13.89%) Numerate Degree
4 2 (5.56%) Master's Degree
5 1 (2.78%) CFA
5 1 (2.78%) Postgraduate
5 1 (2.78%) PRINCE2 Certification
5 1 (2.78%) Security Cleared
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 6 (16.67%) QA
2 4 (11.11%) Data Quality
3 2 (5.56%) PMO
4 1 (2.78%) Basel II
4 1 (2.78%) Basel III
Vendors
1 1 (2.78%) Bloomberg
1 1 (2.78%) Cognos
1 1 (2.78%) Google
1 1 (2.78%) Microsoft
1 1 (2.78%) Oracle
1 1 (2.78%) Twitter